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Argyle Lake State Park
Find serenity at this beautiful 1700-acre wooded park situated along an old stagecoach route between Galena and Beardstown. Featuring 95-acre Argyle Lake, the park is home to countless beaver dams and more than 200 bird species and 5 miles of hiking and biking trails.
Mill Creek Farms
Mill Creek Farms' season begins in mid-April with asparagus, mid-May though June for strawberries, early July through August for sweet corn, tomatoes, and green beans, and October for pumpkins. Pumpkin picking, a corn maze and hay rides are offered weekends in October. Support local farming and fun with family or friends!
Experience the Mississippi River from a new and unique perspective! These 2- hour tours include basic instruction in how to properly pilot a kayak and guided tour of the Quincy Bay and river area. The guided tour includes all necessary equipment as well as instruction and tour, both given by a certified instructor and Mississippi River enthusiast. Open June through September. Self-guided tours/kayak rentals are also available. Reservations required. Call the Quincy Area Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information or reservations! 217-214-3700.
Peace of Earth Lodge
Peace of Earth (an eco-friendly lodging experience) offers you the chance to relax and enjoy nature in a comfortable homey atmosphere in all seasons of the year. Guest rooms, cabins, and the ever-popular Tree House include queen-sized beds and a sitting/ reading area. All our lodging accommodations are television, telephone and internet free. Our great room in the Lodge includes a common area and dining room, both of which feature amazing wildlife viewing through the south-facing forty-foot-long window wall. Cedar decks wrap the Lodge and offer tree-top dining or relaxing. Take Highway 24 north of Rushville Middle School to Route 4 (Ray Road). Lodge is mailbox 41 on Ray Road.
Ridge View Winery
The Ridge View Winery is located near Mt. Sterling in Brown County. Enjoy their fine red and white wines here in West Central Illinois - where Pike, Adams, and Brown Counties converge to become the outdoor wonderland referred to as "The Little Ozarks." Beautiful scenery, great entertainment, plus the best wines in Illinois!
CITY: Mount Sterling
Villa Kathrine is a unique example of Mediterranean architecture in the Midwest. Located on the bluffs of the Mississippi, Villa Kathrine houses Quincy's tourist information center.
Wagon Hound Ranch
For a quiet country getaway, visit the Wagon Hound Ranch, built in 2001. Enjoy fishing, hiking, and hunting on this 200-acre farm. Hot tub, handicap accessible, no drinking, smoking or pets allowed.
Governor John Wood Mansion
The Governor John Wood Mansion is the restored home of Quincy's founder and 12th governor of Illinois. This building is the first example of historic preservation in the state of Illinois.
Scotties Fun Spot
Quincy's newest indoor attraction, offering Laser tag, Spin Zone Bumper Cars, Ball-O-City, Mini-Lane Bowling, and large game arcade along with indoor skating arena and Winners Grill Restaurant. Open daily from 10 am-9pm and Sundays at 11 am. Fri/Sat open until 11 pm.
The Golden Windmill was built in 1872, and is the only smock mill that still has its original stones and gears in place. Today it is home to the Windmill Museum and gift shop.
Avenue of Lights
Avenue of Lights is a two-mile holiday display of animated lights at Moorman/Wavering Park in Quincy. It runs from Thanksgiving until New Years, nightly from 6-9:30pm. A staple attraction of Quincy during the holiday season.
Mt. Sterling Lake
Come for the weekend or stay a week. Picturesque Mt. Sterling Lake is the perfect camping or fishing spot for any length of stay. Tent and RV camping sites are available as well as picnic pavilions.
CITY: Mount Sterling
Rushville Antiques and Trumpery
Antiques and trumpery. Located in Rushville, IL.
SITES include Electric/Water/Sewer, Campfires, Playground, Lighted Camping Area, Level Parking, Primitive Sites, Hiking Trails, Boat Ramp ( Bob Bangert Park) MODERN LODGE includes Free Hot Showers w/Private Dressing Room, Clean Rest Rooms, Washers and Dryers Available, Ironing Facilities, Bulletin Board, Church Directory, Swimming Pool, Tour Information, Open Year Around, Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates The Mississippi River and the many lakes and streams surrounding Quincy provide excellent fishing and deer, duck, goose and wild turkey hunting. There is ample opportunity to enjoy water sports of nearly every variety. Boat launching ramps are accessible across from Driftwood Campgrounds.
Eagles Nest Hotel
Conveniently located across from the Oakely Lindsay Civic Center in downtown Quincy. Formerly an America's Best Value Hotel, the Eagles Nest hotel offers affordable accomodations, free breakfast, within walking distance to the downtown and visitor center.
Spirit Knob Winery
Nestled on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, this winery/vineyard offers complimentary wine tastings and tours by appointment.
Lake Hill Winery
Lake Hill Winery was built, not only to be a winery, but to be a gathering place and have the ability to hold a wide variety of functions. Besides the wine production, there is a tasting room bar, a small gift shop, and two banquet rooms. The first is the barrel room, which holds 100 people. This room is typically booked for smaller events such as reunions, rehearsal dinners, showers, company parties, birthday parties, etc. The other banquet room is the main hall. With two levels, capacity for over 400 people, a 160" TV/projector, and two bars, this room is capable of accommodating almost any event.
Quincy's shopping mall has 601 stores, apparel, electronics, music/entertainment, sporting goods, jewelry, and much more.
Granite Bank Gallery
The Granite Bank Gallery was named for the pink Missouri granite used for the building's façade and for its long-reaching roots in Quincy's history. The historic structure invites you through the lobby of an historic bank and into a beautiful example of architectural renewal in Quincy's central business district.
Ursa Creek Lodge
Featured on HGTV and PBS Illinois Stories, this home origionally served as a railroad bridge in 1919. Opening in the spring of 2010 as a guest lodge, the home sleeps 6-8 people comfortably, complete with spectacular scenery and situated over water. The lodge is also available for meetings for 20-30 people. Relax in front of the hand crafted fireplace or sit outside on one of the balcony's in a serene location in Ursa, just 15 minutes from Quincy, IL.
Housed in a historic 1890s home, this museum covers everything from the history of the Mississippi River to dinosaurs, Native Americans and NASA.
Dollhouses Then & Now
Museum that houses over 70 vintage furnished doll houses from the 1920’s- to current. The architectural designs and fashions depict and present the evolution of homes and furnishings from then to now. The Then and Now gift shop is complete with collectable doll house furnishings for sale. Children enjoy playing the scavenger hunt and viewing the 1949 “Disney House” and the 1924 Tootsie Toy house furnished with Tootsie toy pieces. Located inside Taylor’s Furniture Store, along the square in Quincy’s downtown business district.
The Village Vineyard & Winery
The Village Vineyard & Winery has a large tasting room where guests can sample 16 wine varieties, as well as a patio facing three acres of vineyard. All wine is made, bottled and sold at the vineyard.
CITY: Camp Point
Country Pastimes offers a wide range of gifts for all ages. Whether you're searching for the perfect birthday surprise or a memorable wedding gift. A vast array of choices can be found with seasonal merchandise and new products daily make Country Pastimes a unique destination for all.